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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: July 6, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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DAYTONA


GAZETT


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The LAuWs&t ad Most Complete Stock
of D~ng in Daytoma. LPript. io-
posiede by Registered PhanMact only.

umer ad Toilet Articles.h P
I PINE TAR OOUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
" '* P eesATTONA. IL.OIIDA.
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THE FRANKLIN TYPEWRITER


Admired by Educated and Influential

Men.
W e su h me as Ben Harrison, editorial writer of the Tinmes-
Som and teim, al Jeeksonville. Fla.. and John N. Rogers. County
Sprteilut of the Board of Education. of Suandermville. G(a.. do
volmtanily declare the Franklin to be the most pjrl-ticul and dura-
lse of all standard machines, and that they would use no other.
twm it mist have superior qualities. The writing is visible without
Wting the carriage. The imechanasm is so simnp that a child can
lear it. No trust combine controls the price. Therefore you can
buy it for $75, on terms to suit your pocketlnook.
lood second-hand Franklins for $.25, and upwards.
Your inquiries by mail. or in lipern, will receive courteous and
Sitompt attention.
. 1 General Southern Agent,

E. F. BUIIPUS,


N. 27 New St.,


. Cbarleston, S. C.


UREPRESENTING-
CUTTKR-TOWl CO..
178 Devonshire Street,
Boston, Mass.


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rvWsons.


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Sglasst Shoes

on the Market.


T andI SOI'TH BRIDGE.


. vWE HAVE....
S limited quantity of goods which

Se sold at the following Reduced Prices:


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an ica. Caland look.


D. F. MORRISON

'Phone 19.


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itants. In spite of the heat the town has.
a good record for health. It is usually
at these low sea-coast towns in the
tropics where yellow fever is found if it
exists at all. It may be surprising to
some to bear that there has never been a
case of yellow fever known in the Isle
of Pines.
The land around Nuevra Gerona seems
well adapted to the cultivation of cocoa-
nuts, bananas and other tropical fruits,
and we av" some fine specimens of all
these. We also saw some nice toba*o
land near town.


fromynxum roOM LAi.W wu.]l
The Isle of Pines is American territory
under the Treaty of Paris. That docu-
mneat se these exact words following
the clause relating to the eltinqulhment
of Cuba: "Porto Rico and other islands
in the West Indies are ceded to the
United States."
Cuba is claiming that because the
Isle of Pines was by administrative order
attached to them for so long a time by
Spain, that it had become part of them-
elves. The Cuban mide of the argument
is considered very weak. The Isle of
Pines is a comparatively uarge island,
much larger than any of the "other
islands in the West Indien" referred to in
the treaty, and also -much farther from
the Cuban coast than any "other island"
of any consequence. It will be seen that if
Spain considered the Isle of Pines as part
of Cuba, that the words "other islands in
the West Indies" were meaningless.
That the United States intend to keep
the island is evidenced by the fifth clause
of "'T'he Platt Amendments."
By the way. these amendments bear-
ing the name of te distinguished Henator
from New England, have done more to
call attention to the Isle of Pines than
any other one thing. They have been
discussed by the legislative bodies and
newspapers of both United States and
Cuba more than any subject bearing on
their mutual relations since the Spanish
war. These amendments were adopted
by the Cuban Constitutional Assembly
recently. and are to he embodied in their
C'onstitiuthion. The clause relating to the
Isle of Pines reads, "-That the Isle of
Pines shall ie omitted from the proposed
constitutional boundaries of 'Cuba, the
title thereof being left to future adjust-
nent by treaty."
All who have given the subject muchl11
thought agree that when the I'nited
States compel the Cubans to concede
this Ihuch it is simply a plan to "letI
them down easy." and when the time
comes to laimn the island according to
the Paris treaty, or compromise with
some financial consideration.
Those who visit the island now and
see the vast and costly improvements
that our government is making in fne
roads and substantial bridl, have no
doubt of the outcome. The Isle of Pintesf
is almost a necessity to our government
as a coaling station. and will also doubt-
less be fortiAed.
TIhe government will have no trouble
in finding a harlbor of d'ep water suit-
able for thew purpiomen.
The speculative chances in the Isle of
Pines are very good. as property of all
kinds can he ought on a very low basis.
even considering the existing conditions.
The moment the slight doubt is removed
as regards the future government, all
property will experience a sharp advance.
Not only is there every prospect of
American government. and as a cowne-
quence, exemption from the I yment of
import duties to the States. but there is
a plan on foot to Inake it an American
island in every sense by colonizing it
quickly with Americans. There are now
about 3,0(M)I people on the islands, nearly
all of whom are Spaniards. While thew
people are for the most part quiet and
peaceable. and not at all bad neighbors,
their language and customs are different
from ours. If the contemplated plan to
get a great many Anericans to settle in
the Isle of Pines during the next two
years proves wecessful. it will be possible
to have a home in the tropics under our
own government, surrounded by Amer-
ican schools, churches, store, hotels and
to hear the English language spoken on
all sides, thus doing away with nearly
all the disadvantage that are usually
experienced by an American in a home
away from the States. The watchword
is "'An Amer.ican Colony on American
Territory in the West Indies," and this
means to make the whole island the
colony. Thereseemetobe a very friendly
feeling toward each other on the part of
all AmerMns who have any land to sell,
a feeling not so much of who sells the
land as to sell to Americans, and as far
as possible to actual settlers.
The situation of Nuevra Gerona is only
a few feet above the level of the sea. and
the town is pretty well himmed in by
mountains. As a consequence consid-
erable heat is experienced by the inhab-


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New Line of Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords


and Sandals Just Received,


The next morning we started to Santa
Fe, a distance of thirteen mile almost
due south. This took uo nearly the en-
tie distance over the new government
road, and gave us an opportunity to
observe the soil at depths ranging from
ive to fifty inhebm. It iM generally of a
red and yellow clay nature to a consid-
erable depth and is very different in every
sense from the soil of Florida pine woods.
It is easily cultivated and is known to
be exceedingly fertile. As we were grad-
nally a-scendiug our way toSanta Fe. we
noted the cooler, clearer air.
Arriving at our destination in time for
breakfast, a meal usually served about
eleven in the morning, we drove to the
hostlery of Senor Ceballos. where we
were well taken case of for the next few
days. Santa Fe and its near surround-
ing country have become quite famous
as a health report. It ha. always been
very popular with certain wealthy
people of Havana and other parts of
Cuba, and will in time become an Ameri-
can report also. Its location is far up
above the sea-level where the air is in-
vigorating. The water, both for drink.
ing and bathing purposes, is a great
feature of its advantages, a. numerous
mineral and warm springs abound. The
town contains several large Spanish
hotel.
We made a number of side trips from
this little place and saw, growing and
doing well, pineapple. cocoanute,
oranges, lemons, lite, wcoroa, grape-
fruit, figs, mangoes. gunvas,, as well a.
numerous fruits known only to lthe trop-
ics. coffee, cotton, -alne and tobaimo.
It is the general opinion that India rub-
her can be produced easily and experi-
ments will soon be made along that
line. We saw specimens of varieties of
fruit trees similar to those grown in
Florida much larger than in that state.
and there is no doubt but that with
proper cultivation a high grade of all
thew fruits can be obtained.
It is the opinion ut fruit expeRts that
the land will not need fertilizing for a
number of years at least. This would
be quite an item of saving to fruit grow.
erm. Late the next Saturday afternoon
we drove back to Nuevra Geroma where
we remained till early Monday morning,
starting then on a visit to the west and
south- toasts of the island where the
thickly wooded districts are found.
Just a week was consunied from our
leaving Nuevra 4ierona till we sighted
Batabano. on the south coast of Cuba, a
town of about 6.(0K) inhabitants, that
holds the distinction of being the dirtiest
but most prosperous in Cuba. It in the
large sponging and fishing industries
that bring so mnuih prosperity to the
town. It is estimated that 2.000 Ieople
are steadily employed, and over 500
craft of various tonnage. Here we found
the revenue cutter thiM had followed us
so long a distance. They had been to
Nuevra G(erona, but reaching there mAoon
after we had started on our visit to the
west and south coast of the Isle of Pines
they decided, after making sonie inqui riem.
to pursue us no further but to go to Hat-
abano and await our arrival.
We had somne the entire distance from
Miami to this point on our yacht, and
while we had enjoyed the Nailing very
much, even good things get tiresome
sometimes. It seened a long way back
and we were by no means sure of being
allowed to land at Miami without first
being quarantined for a number of days
in the harbor and probably having our
boat and belongings fumigated. We bad
secured an option on the yacht before
leaving Miami, and decided to cast about
for a customer. As we were in a good
market we soon succeeded in effecting a
satisfactory sale but before the deal was
completed some queer C('uban lawn re-
giding the transfer of a sea-vessel were
unearthed by the custom oftiialss at
Batabano and Havana. Our rail trip
across to Havana afforded us a good
view of inland Cuban country. The soil
seems to be of about the same general
character as what we had seen in the
Isle of Pines.
Two of our party decided to remain in
Havana for awhile and the remainder
engaged transportation 1n a Ward Line
steamer that was to sail for New York
two days later. Tlis seemed a round
about way home to Flo;ida, but no one


CORNER BEACHI STREET andl 4)IAN~rE AVENUE,


Has a Select Stock of....


DRUGS FOR I'RES%4',RityriI NS. IPATENT MIEtII'I.NE.-, BRUSHES.


Perfumery'and Fancy Toilet Articles.


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IDR. .1. M. JONE. proprietor., an Ibe ,onsiilted proffessioinally during business
hour; oftthe hours, Sundays. 9*:4Ni to 10l::11 a. Iin.; 2:3:l tol 4::3 p. m.


5SGHMIDT'S VILLA:-
In hW l"MHalifnx River. It coniniands a most attractive view in every dir-
w tion anu lr houwee ham bae enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south side; the roons are
single or enslft- A unew dining room hats Iven luilt on the south side giving a
sunny exposure and is light and cheerful. The pairlor, office. halls and rotunda have
been enlarged. Baths and lavatories have be.n iulded and everything done for the'
comfort anti convenience of guests. The hall is one hundred teet long. The Cuisine
is in charge of a competent chef and it is tle eslpeial aim of the management to
keep the table up to its usual exellente. The house is three blocks nerth of the de-
pot, and convenient to the Post Of&*e. Chun-hem. S.hools.etc. and is within a mile
of the otean with its magniicent beach faor wheeling, driving or autoing. Rates
$2.50 per day. $10.oo per week and upwards. aci-ording to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.


We are Headquarters on.**.


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but yellow fever immnines are allowed
during quarantine mea on tao enter Flor-
idwaon the regular loats.
A very delightful voyage of nearlyi
three days brought us into New '"ork
harbor, but instead of being allowed to
land at the city we were obliged to board
a quarantine boat in mil-stream, and.
were carried to Hoffman Island to re-'
main two days. At the end of that time.
no sickness having developed among us.
and the taking of our temperature re-
vealing nothing suspicious. we got
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THE GAZETTE-NEWS.
PMbilbed Every Saturday.

EDWARD FITZGERALD,
Editor and Proprietor.

subscription. Sz.io per Year, in Advance.
Advertising Rates on Application.

IEntcred at the 'Post.ffice at Daytona. Florida. as
.ec'oud lass matter.


Saturday, July 6, io91.


Not only the l '-ky 0iiosquito, but the
indtistri.ins iI sit arhlniii fleat is de-
h-lanir. l I ,. ;ill active' inistrumeniii t in thlt
sln-itd ol o tlie lla~,.r'. typholit f.-ver and


.\ (g-or'gi; exchlianig*- says: If the editor
milksa inista;ik thelien is a lawsuit, tall
-w iinil iiad ti siti-11ill of sulphurtr. but if
lie ilt--ti" miake' o iie there is i funeral.
*-ill flitri's aind .1 asiiu'll of Va'rni.h.

Silv,'r I ,.kh- is i gi 'rtrs. s vys all
E.'istq'ri tditior. are l.t lining fashion-
aii d' elllie l \\ e I|,Il to S 1ee lio1. of thrn11i.
ii-\i ,i'. e'd flor divov r and the only
(i0.l1iiil tiu iwn holihi liald silver liucklfes


R. 1. WALL. WmITEs orF HIS IrTFi:writ;
TKI"P TO THI TtROt'WAI. ZOAN.
(Continued from Firs-t Pl'a.)
aboard. with nuch lighter hearts. t ie
samrne quarantine Imoat that broilight us
out here and started for the city. It wasM
Decoration Day anil the forts in lthe
harbor were firing frqiuent salutes. Ex-
cirsioni parties were going anii ( in all diretions and everyone' -riiiedl
beit onil enjoying thewielvesl Aft-r re-
maining two days in the e.ity I Sltart'edl
Oil it ciruitolm hliievward Iroute wh ilih
included a visit ot li I'aini-Amiieriaii E E\-
piosition. Niagarai Flls. lkt roit.I'liic.;inag.
parts of Wiaionsini and Iowa. aund St.
Louis. I had li.en ay .x ei.l l fifty
days., was feeling reiuarkallly \yll. blut
glad to get holtllei and settl-e dIn \\i I;Iiili
for a tililn to Illore' liit lift'.
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County Commissionert.

siolirs met Mondl l .. Thil onlly ( .tiih fritlil that of the l ldtI ird w;ias that it.
1). ltrrooket Miretlded W. C. Caiilin-it, f, ti
the first district.
T. .. ito er, \\a% %, h, t',''il ii it


vo..l..r.., ,titidt "-s


onil her gartel rs ico '\\lhied thlit. dit r until "I -,...Ing .. .. .
It. was i. i.a:w r \ i It a ,t I 'inamive--Mc ridt-.. lind, il. ookek..
hewasPoor HOU. wand lhiihildiK-lu- iil. .ur-
y and togNi' .
A\l x.h2lia--e ,ry tll.y ri'.'liialrks: "'It P'rogress was re poi.rte-ol iinjl ad a:ih,
will lnot lii tio jmlg' ;i maiil'. religioIn by ridge work ly tli e rtiniisiisitui ers.
his at ioins at .hlr.lh isrivits. Mlany ai Twenty-five dollars was approlpriiat.
111ln \lhtdrops a tiiikhi in the olitri for purlham of ticket fit Mr1i'. ihai.-el
blut iin l.i \ ion Silltl.y \% ill chip ill a half alndi son out of the state. \
doqllai n a ki o lit. Iir I I Oti Sundtlay Witad from Harwtot'od ,to I'. E. I. Ir'.l
liiightl. tlio iihav gtl to) follow a liman ordered adverti-d; also r ioad ri li S-a
We1\eli ldays in a %\\1-k tio ;t a cornLt Brzte to I'tooi P Ia'urk.
ide a ut l i, v iins lJt m. 0 1(yster leri'nit graniit l toH II. I'. ll.! .
The thlianks of tihe r ou .ty. \Vr., x-
The man who i- a.l ays tini fai..ult lprevs'.1 l to (;4o. It. Fa';iibanl ks f'r :il,-
with tlw pen-achlt r lVs the in er the.t stril*.ts of tldI rene n,,'i' iiburi,.,l at h11i-


lea.st.: lhe. an l ItI runs t\\ n lii.s town
dte s tih' I.ia-t ti build it iup tIhe onile who,
oilos not taki i s lii hi,4014 -. r l iand coii-
plains dot.- t.h.- least' to make it a public
Ie, 'i.tit. MII.' say- at t hat the town i n no
gt4,ood-thiar it is d'adt but lie is mistaken
-hli is tlhe' -iorls. And sii o all through
litf.. It i s ti "i'-.heap ,tJohni" who


K Ne~l'r 4inli. I i' oraitn-, t' vs were
killed in lSi. iiha ve they lot oked as lpros
lwrous as they vd linow. All1 the orange
trn.e iu this s t t C li hat have be-en cul-
tivated ar;it- looking' \\el aind have made
a vigor ouii',gro il t list sia.li. and with
th gotiod rains that we have lihad re-
IevItlyt they will put oilt an unillusuall
growth lhiis sumiiln. A large pIwrent
of thite tlies will dti-iillh. iiin si7 Manyv of
the trt. ant' heavily firuited and as there
are l mre Ih urinir tie.s lthis year than
last. t he crp ill lImu iichr liar.er. The
lproslp s-l- of thIl' iorantig industry are
brilit.'r tnowi tlian tlhey have Iblen in a
nulliier i ,f .1 iar.-.\w Sinilina lintze..

Th1Wllii Ie m iiant is tlte man llwho
0ivesytu ri rdit l \\ lu'you ihavi o t'ash
to buy lh0, niih-t.ssa;-i.s of liff. The hlionie
iiernhliaiil i- tho i lm alit w li h l,. yovu pay
tli' t r iei-th t 11 t 11 r ,. hit.I- l 1nd pave
S lour lt l I t s. Thit. hi iit41e i lii.i-lcha t is the
n11:111 to whii n y-,iii apii 'ail in tiimle of
distress' flor ftors. Thin why should
you imi; io' hlii6i \\ li h itel you ieite to miiake
ai pliti' tl lre',. a1 lit' itI;i \ hIt doet '. Iusiness in
tlie bii tvity. The home lailer is a friend
in tle'.d. It i- tthe holim. ;aple'r you liIust
hlo k tI ir :111 ai'l in tilit' of ,lijpretssioni
anld it lihnra .g, od tidiiiisr ii til e of
prl li- .rit.y l-iiiinict r li l hills look
r*<'11ti ;r at \\ay.-E\.


A Card.
I l.t k, Ill!- ip ,i'ililinit aIt the- <'l,1 of
.a a '. \ r'.I t, tliank all thlios who li, 1y
thi'ir |Ialrn, li;' an~i kind w\\,r, lIave
;iss ; I> Io1 I allso pI'K liave to rtate
lhli;l in tlw lturii 1 .lialil still ive llihe
Ice --i \ i l. V." 1 s-il .s l. i and i, ill 11ry to e1e-
>-t1<, \,,i.r ..i'l,'i- plio ptly ulaid r' fully.
Oilli.,r. l,,-t* i.I It, i. .r u -- .Shilr I'holle 77.
S. MI.ti.s.

For licyci, i 1.pairiln, i t tlit Halifax
(Cycle ('t Iileatli


Dr. Miles'


Nervine
f- ds and nourishes the
Lrain and nerves, over-
comes irritation, and brings
sweet, refreshing sleep.
Sold by druggists on guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, I.nd.


.lihins live.r. whilre the t.onlitious of
ltraiissportation iiiand fa ,1rii1ng tI' s ia\\ In ai1 thentit int favoraltle.
This proiiet.i is noItw ining taken tiup ly
tie State Fishi t'lllim issill ai lili thus farll


* Port Orange '

Mr. Muriel was in town Monday call-
ing on our imenrhanits.
Mr. Popple. of Tomokn, was in town
,iiling on his old friends.
Henry Van )Dorni put down a fine well
for W. L. MelDaniel. on his lot neur the
detpt.
Mr. annd Mr. I'harley ('ox drove through
town lately en route for their ilaw. on
Slrii ltreelk.
Mr's. Ed. .Johs n,. of New iSmyrna,. i
visiting relatives hen.. She htils two of
t:ieir hildlrenl with her.
Miss Mtlna Millourn wvas ltp in ly.tA)na
ion iI shopping. !exii[di I -r. oft ltte Bay. drove' u;i with Mrs. F.
SillloI e..
A riirty ifl y. lin l ioalip went over to
tit,- li.tai. tsli .'t evening to lhook for
tiirtle eggs. We have, noit m-**I any of
the eggs.
.Mr. Hangis has ha:idi ltIidgew.i Nilll
lot iiieily lt.aiie il Iill. anid pile straw pult
oil sM vtril oti our stirets that wevre in-
elinii l toi Iw iliNl rity.


(I1F'K I RELIEF FOR ASTIiMA..
Miss Manud Dic-kens, I'ar-mnssi. Kans..
wvrittes: -'1 Slifft'ren.i eight vyeatrs W ith
asthma in its 1\iworst form. I had several
i attack, duriniig the last year and was nliot
.I explt,'l to Ilive thiroiighi them. I Iwlgan
tusinig Foi.:i's HO.\ A.I T".aK and it
I has never failed to give iimmai iat relief."
IIr..I. .lIonts.


Firstboer Childrem Strongeat.
It would seem that firstborn children
excel later born children in height and
weight. This way be due to the great-
er vigor of the mother at the birth of


inville'. li intpro. lt- l'. iis t.. imost etli'-o iisuragiiIg to the first child.
Rifle bonds (of (C. W. Si-rr.It anil .1 I'. I1l,i it nl i th.i.li i i l ,e ii..it'e'l tl'silt Int tile In England it was found that growth
Hoh liwes wre aplp lovi-ired I. ,m-aliill i i. lh, iil-liii tip mak ai- degenerates as we go lower in the so.
Notary bondss tof '. .1. liMighham n : ,til iI.hii411',, l. Ih.t ialti's Fiis tli- cial scale, there being a difference of
aven five inches In height between the
II. I'. Sh w anI ju.stit-.' ltl f ..s.i' ii..i .-r fir thr'. 'i'hai ls 1f ,li frI best and worst fed classes in the conm-
Yelviugtou, approved. f,,r ,li-i ilut i,,i tit l lt i ie priniii'Nal munity.
('rininal court cost hills amiliounli to linis.. ,f r.ilrio ill he state. thereby en- An investigation of 10.000 children In
$307.24 approitved and iwa'rrants i re.r. ,l,. ;i\,,iiniig if possible bly the' ineireasi i Switzerland showed that children born
drawn for same. r sl ileI I.t is ts afforded to supply thow In summer are taller for their age than
Tlhe county t reIasurer's r'e.ri et\ ,e I ,tea '.-ims t at thts farhavelieln negle'te.d those born in winter. As a majority of
thle following aln.s: 1" lie. 't,'h tss above menliltioi,'l. children In the public schools are poor,
" 1ie"lll rev l ......................... .. .. "' 66 1- i h i l w inter their parents are forced to
rma ant t........... .... Ieioi ie it tlorda li.sh ts- economize more on account of expense
Road and brf'id e......................... 27i..I-, ui> i n i it, kn ..l f eur .Atrhai aje e of heating. Their rooms are also liable
Fine aud forfeit .....................: .1.1 .1,,,,.lnwla l4 in lhI ll- fI 00 l 11.e op. l ini to be small and poorly ventilated, while
he Uixt book. as I pre~.eiiIet .I I li ,Ilihn ,ea.s s"at i ontinlilly a l sert th i- In summer they are out In the fresh air.
as5sesor "w'e approve' "" .'.i ".. .mI eil w i tI. >- to lhar ol tifhe s.l'- Food Is also cheaper and more varied.
The following millage was fixed f, ~...l triniiation if Mr. I-t \ilehr's ef- The influence of unhealthy conditions
ensuing year. iis in obta1illining lhet liit 'ih desired on a very young child would be much
G( neral revenue.............. .... .. ... toIll.s .. .ni l, h:tIi,.ri greater than when It la older and better
County scholols............................. mills 1 able to resist them.-Everybody's Mag-
Road and bridge' e.................... .. 3 mills / azine.
Fine and forfeiture.......... ........I... I mill 'lin ias il s ups Ail ellti3 .After "Shat Yeor Mouth."
Theelerk was authorized teo advcrtiz.ef.i' clt\\i. nu it' i~ M S. I.Vi.: if you're George Catlln wrote a pamphlet entl-
for bids for poor-hotie kee'.*'r._-li.il. ld il li r ruimi-.i'.. II lils ti.lihr hiirIt ickly. tied "Shut Your Mouth" to show the
Suppleinent. Take. *i '..itl.-it,.li,. r .I. .i.l.i.s. 'bad effects of breathing through the
r.in m.ouith Ha e did not tall l us how t


Atter a Hatchery. Certainly Means Busainess.
IFish Coliiniissionller .lo hin i Y. I tN-1 eilr \'la ilU l h;ani Z ar ivri d illn i ali t nill
was in town Saturday taiiI fa%\ 0,r' ore ltlis \\0.,li'.c tl:iey 'v1iiing fi0roi ) li.\ toll. liio,.
ofitti with a very plt .1isant .il. M r ti a *i, \\. ill e r'iiiiinl l i' iii1l te r h the ..rUIiliilri
Iket\\ i lr is at present iigi i h is iff : I- It uii,- -i t :ilhI.'It,1 i l4lil. uii> I hir.Sintluss. MNir.
hlita a1 shad-h' atch0i'y .I stabli e i,' ,l -'.iiim SI Iti IIl/. \\ ;i .,1ii il,. tim,' (if /z.'his. i't:-.\tm \vs.
helirs Ion tithe St. Johns Rti\ r. i 111l.11i th i ll.v a ier hi. arrial. mi ili he
Shadi fry aare at prie -. iat Itri .li hl ito n st: p i i:i t hAc ihl 4 ltili or or.tanliz;alions wI re-
the I'nited Stnts .Glov1rnu ii 1in a11;1 ii.T y i iiiakii n- r1i ci-ie hral -. troii ,lil, ill hi s ity.
at llaiiverde'graci M11.. halll '1t 1 it ani il tliat it \\i' ,I s.-illh tiat lile mlighl
ih curi at .xe liidrial. ViI.. ilil i liWt- e,., callI ill i it t' 0t.iurl to stralighteli
ported soul thli to Florida \\al .rs. Tlh.' out th, ifit ulti,.
young tih ire of a v.-ry |i.is.lihad, T eli l'\\ .liili... a .oml ani.d Mr. Sei lliaitz
nat1iel retit 1il iitin ris\,r itr- I..k \\ai<. r aii e' I\till laki- riae'-rI of his extensive
for their existilig itedi ilin ail l t le ii ll>11!,\ f* ciri-. I0 i-tat; :l tliat heI wou l pr0ce.ved
i sldure transportation so tIii. i tl' h to, iif iinliatl. liJ av a -oii ple of huili lre lI
food sai ck w' which is attachili L t .heir :irrs.i,' i lt iic ill ll i i Uis lliin r. Cilrp n-i i
i1hmlie. is lil lol i.11-rd, th irfofir thi -ntI litri \\ ill -l.it-i cilil0 Ii 1 l ti 1 0l i t liolli i
ae ssity for thie it most disptilh in c l irir t \\ i. 'l'ili lil i ,ss anil 0 saw Miill l(Oililt
tranlsportationl.%%hich ii lusl l01 ,r.. ,l |>]Tli.. ThIII ii 0.lni.l 1ior thr mill is onI
414 hour'. tit, rI'Ild. .11 is ..\1l10 i| to I arrive ilnrst
The St. .lliins River annual ll.y firni any ,In.\ Mr. S.; liaril al so. l r11 ougi lt with
ample material to si.-c ..sshilly |ria, ,al. hiii i\0, hit ih..I .d hll'ors.s.s -veral ihiogS
all the shliad fry fior st,'kiling thI Ili-,r ,' \\ ,<.. \ 11 .a- lfarmiiill ma hiiilleriy.
of Florida and adja elit tuatis. Thl. l 'Charl0..S lihailt/z. Iip1i,.w of th.- .siior
teluip''atlirP of htie w iat r ai1,4 I t 0, lv i, riillhii.i is also, lh0i "he I 'util lnill
lenligth of eaiwon p limits I)lttr rlsuilts is iahliliial 1i1hin1r and will pIIlu..
thau van ie obtailil d .l. .\\h .r,. in|l.r l;h1 4iiii0* inl li| lia os ill IH.iitioli.
tlhe mail r colditiols. Mi '. iiii/. also, inlfo11rm" l us that ll -
It is the rn-fore p ro|os, ti, t s ire if hl. ?:in, \%lha d 1\\\ 1 .'>l-hl Irs t,%%#.r
Io ,ible tit a ll approl priaG l l fti I ,0r ih.. s,, ,!,.ilr- I \\\ ', fti. lir I, ". \ tow lr -ili ili, '
tablishmient of a govrmlian.1it iati liry av id :a i orty.-ton i.0 i I;lant 1 ,and 14 t%
at Isome onveiiienit point on 11.0 St l.\ia ,> I


keep the mouth shut during sleep.
I take a clean white cotton string 15
or 20 inches long, put the middle part
of it In my mouth and tie It loosely on
my neck Just behind my mouth. My
lips and tongue seize it and hold it as
long as it is in my mouth. This process
Is not patented and costs nothing.-
Journal of Health.

Guaranteed $900
alary Yearly.
%'lif, Il womaien of iotoel address to repre-
sti t snii t travel appointing agenitm,
0iilthrc for li'-itl work looking after our in-
t".Its $900 iiWalary Riistranlettd yearly; ex-
tri <,1l1 t..- ibli'livel ihoie. iarit.-I IJtimn or i nili lto M cure, pleasant,
IerUr anil tii.lt po)itliin, lit.h ral inicune anti fu-
tir r Net. bnilliant liline. Write atoince.
STAFFORD PRESS, New "avem. Co40.


N. ERICKSON,

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.


DI ors amll Wilindow Slt ens. tI'itture
MI 1oIiulinis maliele to order. All kinds of
Fiirn'itui-. R pairini .doi con short il tii
a:t r''ii.tiionabil' prie.s.


Railway



DURtCT LIJN-QLWI TlIMB TO





AND AL"L PON1 s AMID Wa.e

NO O JUR L 4 APYZORDS SRVQ L .KB TM89
THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL
To theo eim as.d No th.

THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To the Went aid Noth.-Winet.
The line through **The Land of the Sky." Asheville, et
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Secties Ia the
World. Through Sleeping Cars frhat JacksovilMl to
Asheville andi Hot Springs, North Carolina.
lo 0o f u' P a wi1t EXPUm, Bil 3. 0I.
Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Thregh
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with
the Plant System from Jacksonville.
For Rates.8 chebdulesand Information, call on or address -
W. T. COSBY, Traveling Pasenger Agent, 108 W. Bay St, JACKSONVILLE, LA.
S. H.HARDWICK General PassengerAg., W.H. TAYLOR, AsSt. Gen.Pass. Agt.,
WASHINGTON,D. C. ATLANTA, GA.
April 25th, ago.


Florida East Coast Ry .


Time Table No. 32. In Effect May 20, 1901.


SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.i


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No.wa N,.Jb No.78 No.8
Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily
i4 0p 9 Lv ......... Jacksonville ....... Ari 700pe 0
SI510S r......St. Augustine........Lv 65Up 9aO
lS0p 10 v.......St. tAugutine...... Arl 54 p 8 a
l5lf l 2 ?s .........Htini. ........Lv S14p Sa
S 148 .......EastPalatka .......... 4 5p 810a
64 U1 l2.0 ............ Neoga .. ... .. I 4 15p 7 a
7 02p 12 W0% .......... Bunn s........ .... p 7la
7 09p 12o Dupont .. ......... 55; 7ala
7 1p ...........D n ....... 26 44
IW I7 ............Daytona ............ 130 6 41
s 2 g1".........PortOrange... ....."' 30W s a
S 1p 147- .........New Smyrna ....6" 340o 600s.
.2 1.. l ....... ... Oak H ll ..... .." 2 5p
24p "............. Tit ville...... ....." I p ...
..... 32Sp "I ........ ... Co oa .. ....... 1 uto
t...... ... ..Rockledge Junction ..... I 1 1......
..... 56p ........... lan eallie.... ......" i2 p ......
SSr p.......... Melborn...........I I? p..
40p ... Melbourne......... 12.lp .
44p.. ........ .Seatian .......... ;il .a."
..... 33p ............ St. Lnite ........... ill& ......
.... 546p ".......... Fort Pierce........ .. lla
6.Up ..Tibbala........." 1o0 "
so4p .............d en.............. -a ..
............. Stuart............. l027 ....
.. .......... ob Sound..........." 946 .
5 '" Hb'"......... ... -...
..... ........ West Jupiter.........." .....
..... 73' "....... West Palm Beach......." o......
S.... s, ........ .. Boynton ......... af......
...... 84i0 .............. Delray .............. ......
..... 85 ...... Fort Lauderdal........" 7 ......
S..... 79 ." ....... Lemon City........ ......
9.... 6oAr ........... Miami........ Lv .6I...


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50.5 No U No.21 No.171 :o.15Nol.18No.2-No o
Sun Dai Daily Daily MAYPORTBRANCH. NDailyDailyDaf a
P 70V,. .(.I L. 2 Jacksonvlle.. .. Ar .. ISU
2080ola 42 852 **a 855. a1i08a I
.1 p2 t74P 5p11.M......... PablBech.._ 6.. 8 .. i
1l0S f 4 ,tp a545p. 105a .. .....4.o.. .AtlanticfL .U. 511. 025
i n P'10in Aflf Al d 'piliS Ar M......... ayport ......... y.. St *185 US
CO...o.o4 4k14- o...No. At C o. jN;. -,
-So1. W Tn 4-It .ft 9 2... *A"r 78 __. .
DiD iyDafLy Daiy Daiy OCCIDEPALTlDai
T 1E12 '1AMR Pa C E T AT
Dlall. MSAN MATZO BRANCH. No. A:
S. ast Palat a ........................
Taho. Mat Ar San MateI ............. Ar il 7
N ORANGE CITY No. 2Noi. 4 No.1-a
DlDyBRANCH. SANFORD BRANCH.
i0& Lv..NewS mrna .Arj 130007 p 00a Lv.......Titusvlle......Ar
S Lake len. Lv 4450p 7 ............. Mim ......... v
Ar OrangeCity 132pi 4 p 8 & ..........Rnhterpr g '............:1" of
I93 Ar anord ............ 11
These TimenTableq show the time at which trains may be executed toarrive and dspW
tee. reveraldoetheompabt holirarval or tre at the times stated is not guag*
ea. or doe: the Company hold itself respoieforany delay or any consequences ad
ing therefrom.
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEA HIP CONNECTIONS AT IAL
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Leinv Miami Mondays and Fridays. 100 pm Leave HavanaWed. and Saturdays... I 100
Arri Key West TueiL. and 8turday,. 3 3 pm Le Ws.e and t..... 7.00 m
LeAve Ay West Teo. and Saturdays. 9c) pm Arrive Key West Weds. and 8at. .... 06m
A van Weds.and Mondays. 00am Arrve Miam Fridays and Mondays ... 500am
For copy of loal time card iddre any Agent
J. .AMER. MLa't. Go=.P age. A.. ST. AUGU NE.VA


Clarendon InnS:a. t


Leonard Gill, Manager.o
StrictlI First Class.


I e ettagi'. Avenlje. DATOA ltI.i FLA. SEA BRXXZXO


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Thoughts


wander when the brain is
tired. Overwork, nervous
irritation, worry and mental
strain exhaust the brain
forces and diminish their
thought power. Feed the
brain, strengthen the nerves
and build up new vigor, vi-
tality and mental power.
The greatest of all brain
foods and nerve tonics is
Dr. Miles' Nervine.
"I have used Dr. Miles' Nervine at
various times for years. I have found
it a perfect remedy in cases of nern ous-
ness and insomnia, caused by pro-
tracted mental strain and overwork.
Have also used it in my family and I
know itis a truebrainandnervefood."
\ R. I.MAlTri,Charleston, W. Va.


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Bar" YOW =ATY02L SMAYNOT an.


4'awa'.ed Pureapple vlipRAt
4"'s.


Attorney Milton D. Bryan. of DeLand,
ks i the city Tuesday.
Wet weather umbrellas at Moore
Sb All eise and prices-
O- r sweltering friends in the north
.- ht to come down south and cool off.
( wt Shoemaker drove over to DeLAad
1eilgrtetrday evening, re aig Monday.
ya get your two-bits' worth when
n buy Park's Breakfast Delight coffee.
f -At I0Bh's.
C. W. Wing, of Bayard, was the guest
i. the Brush family from last Saturday
to Monday.
S itorCrosby, of the San Mateo Item,
to- inuga few days vacation at the
Chawldon Inn.
i wo steamship ticets from Jackson-
yb to New York and return for sale.
lof the editor.
J. I Scott, internal revenue collector,
at Jacksonville, was in the city thi week
aingthe umal yearly aessments.
S D. dodgers has sold his place on the
oo to Thoma Keating, of Palatka,
who wl erect a pavilion and pier on it.
For relief and comfort in Asthma BA,-
LEa's Homore'XD SYBCP has no equal.
Prie 25 and 50 cts. Dr. J. M. Jones.
S Mesdames S. B. Wilson. P. H. Lansing,
d lDeLand. and Mim Eva Bouchell. of
w Smyrna, were Daytona visitors the

S '-F. C. Allen and family, who have been
qplmdingseveral months at the Clarendon
Ila, left Tuesday for points in North

S Mns. Leonard Gill left Friday morning
ra s*rtay in the Adarondak Mountains.
Mr. Gill will go up in September and re-
tran with Mrs. Gill.
H. B. Corwin has secured two con-
tjrats for buildings in Denver sinme his
arrival there, and his health is very muiuh
improved by the change of climate.
SThe Yankee Iodl.l' has ieen over-
hauled and is now plremarel to take out
ummner excursion lpartie at special low
F iumer nites. Adidnw M4'oy li notlhers.
Holly Hill. lorkida.
I new town r ad scraper iaw arrived.
amd is doing ver- eflk'ient work under
IDr. French's supervision. cutting off the
knobl and filling up the hollows in the
onMd, leaving the surface as smooth aw a
GNor.
E. T. Conrad. F. N. Conrad, Winn
Rogers, Frank Rogers, C. L. Smith, V.
VThuaue and F. J. Niver went down
d" river on the launch Sultana last Sun-
d. and spent the day fishing around
n* PmePark.
.' iMrs. W. M. Moore left Wednesday
g' -ong for a visit to Baltimore and
S New York. Mr. Meoore accompanied her
S asar as Savannah, where she enilmarked
n a Merchants and Miner Line steamer.
Mr. Moore returned yesterday.
F. G. Lindberg desires to annouttce
S at he has secured the services of a ,conm-
gpolot baker from the north, and his aim
c. l i to supply the people with strictly
-. home-ade loreak. He will also make
S* snest its creann to order on short

In the baseball game between Daytona
Sad' inford. at DeLand, the Fourth, the
toua team was defeated by a score
S 11 to 8. LeIe Zuber. one of the Day-
tuna players, was struck in the calf of
l hg by a ball. and as a result is not
,. -kto me the leg. /
K. E. Rush will shortly comtmeese the
le tikn of his new store buikling on the
aMwer of Bay and Beach streets. When
. enr gd it will be a very a nommnodious
*, -I comfortable building, andP Mr. Rush
e apMets to be able to occupy it before the
epeang of next season.
A sallow, jaundk ed skin is a symptom
Sdiso ordered liver, as it springs from
h-ary poimons retained in the bloodh,
Sideh diestroys energy. 'chserfulne's.
-' agth. vigor,happinesssand life. Hll:-
|* will restore the natural functions of
U:" 4-Ncr. Pri.e50 ets. Dr. J. M. Jones.
'-,* aV 1 r ,,-.- n .* ,,. 1 i.i.t ha I een
ts. Cowi Bho Sim, 15l... h-- --n


Have you tried that berg .
E. Lee wasdown from Ormond Wednee-
day.
See Moore Bros. new Perales, drew
prints, etc.
E. L. Bond was a Daytona visitor last
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sweet were down
from Ormood last Saturday.
F. N. Conrad has been appointed a
notary for the state at large.
W. H. Peters is having an artesian well
sunk back of his residence on Ridgewood.
WrChoie bread, pie and cakes at
Mrs. Granlin's, opposite the Ridgewood
hotel.
Charles Kost and family are occupyini
one of W. H. Jones beach cottages for
few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brower are the
happy parent of a ten-pound boy, which
arrived Tuesday.
F. S. Hall, of Ormond. was in the city
Wednesday, and favored this office with
a very pleasant call.


Mrs. F. W. Amason and children, of
Miami, arrived Tuesday for a visit with
Mrs. Amason's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
H. Peek.
Wiley Abercrombie and the Misses
Abercrombie left last Saturday for a two
months' outing among the mountains of
North Carolina.
J. C. Pettepher is wiring the Bennett
Hotel for electric lights. He has just
completed wiring the Breakers and the
Clarendon Inn.
Mensrs. Hess. Dohn, Moore andChilton.
of New Smyrna. were in the city Thurs-
day evening of last week attending a
meeting of the Masons. (
r i. A. Erickson has opened his harness
shop in one of the Wicking buildings on
North Beach street and his assistants
are already deep in work.
Mrs. James Ballough returned from a
visit to New Smyrna, last Saturday.
Her sister, Miss Gallbreath. accompanied
her and will visit in lDaytona about at
month.
Main ager Gill. of thi Clarenlon Inn. re-
Iiorts the sunnier blusinew to te ) coming
on nicely and states that hie has double
the nnumberof guests now that he hadl
this time last year.
The kond & Blind Co. le'.ted thle fo l-
lowing officers at a recent ekletion:
President. F. F. Bond: vice-iresident. J.
B. Conrad; treasurer. E. I.. Bind; sec'-
retary. A. A. King.
If the predisposition to worms in schil-
dren is not culrel they milay becomel'e
emaciated. weakly and in danger of cotn-
vulsion.s. WHITTF.'s ('C AM VERMInI u is
the most su 'essful and popular resiimly.
Price 2- **'ts. lr. .I. Jines.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Greene atnd .Miss
IP. A. Ring left Wednesdlay for the
nimountains sof North (arolina. They will
spend at couple of months at Blowing
Rock. after which Mrs. (ireene and her
sister will visit at thehirdold hole in Eliza-
bethl. N. .I.
Aside from tlw s-'6riosi incolinveni-en'e
and pain caused by piles, there is a ten-
dency to Iistula and to cancer in the
rectal region. Piles should not le
allowed to run on unchecked. TArLKnR'S
BrtCKEV Pi. (OINTMENT is ami infallible
renedy. Price. 54) 'ts. a bottle: tubes 75
ctes. DIr. J. M. Jon-es.
v'While riding hointe Sundtay evening
Wheeler Austin had the misfortune to fall
from his bicycle. breaking his arm and
bruising his Ilody quite bad in )tlier
place. It sells we was riding along
the sidewalk ton Ridgewlood, which is
closed for repairs, and ran outo a liie
which was stretched across the street.
Edward luss. a well known business
man of Salisbury, Mo.. writes: "1 wish
to say for tliw ihewflt of othelN. that I
was a sufferer front lulnhageo- and kidney
trouble, and all the remedies I took gave
me no relief. I was indutced to try Fo-
LEVY' Kiis'v C'St:. and after the use of
three bottles I am toured." itr. J. M.
Jones.


/a- .tt station agent at the Daytona Some (of our friends in the North seem
t atim, has accepted a position with the inclined to pity residents of the South for
Oaa.S8teamship company and Ce'ntral being obliged to sufler so with the heat.
doeogina Railroad as traveling freig-ht No. gentlenien, we don't suffer with the
d paMiaw r agent. His territory will heat. and you never hear of a prostration
t e the East Coast of the state. It. It. in this state. The thermometer has reg-
1earock, of ler Park, takes his place istesel 10t in New York during the past
here week. while the hottest we have had it
6 o ve was !t1. and then we always have a nice
About 400 Iperison attended the olw'n ms,.an llireezc.
S of the new hotel. "The Breakers,"
1%kivay evening. An onrheetra front A meeting was held Thursday of last
ML Aguitine furnished the music for the rweek. and the i organization (o f the I ark
ADiig. and all who wen- inclincil to ('Conminission 'co pileted and the follow-
Op tie light fantasti- done ss to their ing oftkre eles'tted for the ensuing two
tart'S coutent.t tandwic.hes and coffe.. years: rn.sid.'nt. (t. H. Foote; vice-
d icecrmue1n, and cake were served dur- p"sident. i. 1). Brown; secretary, Geo.
*, th evening. Several vocal selections F. Chaimlterlin; asistant secretary. Geo.
e Wuadered by Roy P. Barker and II. Clark: treasurer. J. R. I[ill: ee-utive
hukm.. Take it all in all the opening etomntnittee-J. M. Jolley. S. H l.ove,
VWa grand etwse.anti everyone left leon Despland ad E. W. r..nete. The
wih congratulations on their lilp for object of the association is to k after
tl m eaamuent of the house for their the tnsaes and parkage of tne sity and
plitatliyt. keeping the 'ity ".lsprutl il get.uerallv.


kkiAL sbd fra~--r-


G.P. 6Igh Co.,I
(Established 1882.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING,
TEAM and HOT WATER
HEATING.
LOCATED INK MAO0IC BUILDING.


Rev. J. B. Hawk i again on the sick
lit.
Bingham & Maley are taking an in-
ventory this week.
Mrs. M. W. Glenn will teach- In the
DeL.ad public schools the coming year.
B. Mason returned Thursday evening
from hi visit to Hastings and other
points.
W1Whole wheat bread made and for
male by Mrs. Grambling; opposite the
Ridgewood Hotel.
G. Loper Bailey, who has been spend-
ing a few days at the beach, left Friday
for home in Palatka.
A Adam Schantg yesterday punrhased
over 1600 acme more of land, from S. H.
Coleman and H. F. Douglass.
John L. Rush, who has for muine time
past been ammisting in the Tea Pot gnro-
cery, left Wednesday for Jacknkmville.
The mensberx of the Baptist Sunday
School held a picnic at Kingston the
Fourth, and report a very enjoyable time.
Colonel .(' I. Lovell, of the First Florida
Regiment, was in the city Friday. The
Colonel is the assistant superintendent
of the Clyde Line at Jacksonville.
Great preparations are being made for
the State Fair in Jacksonville the coin-
ing fall. Major Healy. the general
manager, -in a Volusia man. and this
county will no doubt do its share to
make the enterprise a S Uie'ss.
Dr. Fulwood. presiding elder, of J.hk-
sonville. will hold quarterly services at
the M. E. Church South today at d to-
morrow. 1'rea.hing Sunday at 11 a.nm..
followed by 'colinulunioin.
'"Brik'" Smith. a prominent drug-
gist of Sta-ke, is the guest of his aunt,
Mrs. Dillinghaln. M.rs. Morgan. of the
Haine pihw. i also) viiting% \\ith Mr'.
Dillinghani. who is her sister.
hardly 'a day p.uWss. in faniltie wheret
there ai i- children, in whi'h HlI.Is.AInn's
SNow LINIMENT: isnot ne1ileii. It likIt'kly
-'ures Cuts. HVounlds. liruises. Biintms *nil


S'alts. I''r:s'" 2- n1anld 30 -ts. lir. .1. 1.
,lo~i.'s.

SGlorious fourth.

At Daytonia thi' F-o uth bli'nke %;iar
and iIiti't. Aloitl eleveii ''lihwk ai light
shower fell. settling the- lidut. Sim rts
were he'll in th ;iafternioin on ittl thi'c-h.
Small loys sihot 'cracikers (not Fl"ridat
Cramker's). aUt1l s*1ijsl tlt'ielvtS \-'ti-
erally. W'e' .ive Ihlsw th' results Ofi thi
sports as fatr as e%%- werve' ;ale to ohltain
themn:
Foot rame-,. INIH yards andi r-tt'iin-
Fred Molire'. first; (!rtve>r ilehnti. Se'o1i.l.
:iMHl-tvrd i hcvyle rane atii ret nii- ri"e
Mills. first; Berinard Keller. se-sonl.
Tliree-niile hticy'l'rae-I .aL rei i M i-
riseor, first: Ernest SSnow., M -nl.
Foot r av'e. IlI yards atnd -turn--Will
Russell. tirst; I 'arl Sparks. st-lond.
Girls' lhiw-vle r 'e--liituth Ilailfie-lhl. first.
Mens' bicycle rave, :30i vairds and re-
turn-FErnest Mills. first: .1. W. .lohnllson .
secotsl.
Boy'" hie'-h ';4e-l-Erii.- Mills. tfiht: Will
Riumsell. s,.onI.


i T e ew CIfairdei LAe mi me.

It is probably due to he great sirand
high speed of the tramnatlantir liners.
and the intert of the American public
In their performances. that we are in
danger of forgetting that our American
coastwise steamship **ompanie are add-
ing steadily to their fleets and putting
some very serviceable and thoroughly
up-to-date new boats upon the various
routes. There sailed from this port last
week the Cramp-built liner "Aipache."
the first of two sister ships which have
been built by that company for the Clyde
Line for service on the route between this
port. Charleston. S. C.. and Jacksonville,
Fla. The "Apache." which in the seven-
teenth steamship of the comimny's fleet,
in slightly larger than the "Conmanche.'"
"Algonquin" and "*Iroquois." of the
same service. She is 31( feet long. 46
feet beant and 31 feet dleep. She is driven
by tripleexpansion engines with cylin-
ders 23, 43 and 70 inches in diameter
and 36 inches stroke, and is' built to
steam 15 knots when loaded to her full
capacity vf :i3,<) tons of cargo. The
staterooms are chara.teristisally Anieri-
can, that is to say, they are sipacious.
well lighted and airy, and they are free
from that too-profu.w decoration with
which utodern pat enger n thijl iare' apt to
I. over-loadt4l. Titren is a i- itinattla-
tion for 2(41X attisengrs. al nl of whilh is
above tlhe pler, de'k.-S'.i'ntiti' Atmer-
wian.
William Woodard, of Decatur. Iowa,
writes: "'I was troubled with kidney dis-
eas for several years, and four oun. dol-
lar siae bottles of FOLEv'S KIDNKY CrEm
cured me. I would recommend it to
anyone who has kidney trouble." Dr.
J. M. Jones.



Holby Hill News.


On Sunday afternoon n service was held
in the s'old house. Rev. Mr. Arnold
officiating. I
On Tuesday :11 votes wer'vt'ii ire',,
enough to get tii inlorporated. Tli' fil-
lovwing gentltenme were ele-t'l to tihe
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A. O. hBlanhard, West Bangor. N. Y..
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disease for the last five years. Have
doctored with several physicians anti I
got no relief until I used two bottles of
FOLEV's KiDNEY vCrR:." Dr. J. M. Jones.

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MNtOi of Att"chment.
STATE OFL RIDA, In Jtli'et csusrt.
C'o unty st Vohi0t1a. in.. ..
To E. G. MFL.vI Defendant l
You are hereby notified that a writ of attach-
me'nt has been "i.suaed again-t you, andi ysitr
property attached to satisfy the demand of r.
J.1. Malev andi Ida A. Maley, aonsuntiug to sev
enty dollars (T70.00.)
Now, unle. y-ou shall appear before J %W
Williams. a justice of the peace in and for said
county, at his office, at Daytona. Fleorida. on
the firtt day of July, A. D., 190)1, judgnh'it wi. I
ie reudlerel against yso, and ytour property
-old for debt.
E. J. MALEY AND IDA A. MAI.Y.
I'lainItid"'.
Dated this 21st day of May, A. D.. 1011

NOTICE.
Be it known that six months after the ti ,-
ls'ation of this notice as soon thereafter a I
can tie heard,. I shall apply to the Hon. J Lee
MCrorvry, County Judge of Volu'ia s Comilt.
Floridit. for nv final discharge as g rsrliin lt1
the perissi ami, estate of Nora V. H"iinis. I..
fore miarriacte NSra V. Jac(ison, at whi'h liinc
I slall present all my vo her', hIakinu lly
ilinal taceoui iting anti ask for 'ilch *lis.l rairgv.
i.. M. iWA.II..A Guar i in Aftoreait.
Oaayt.la, Fla.. April 13 1901.

A. Cecil Barnett,
Stenographer and Typewriter
\'4jopyiling amnd Manifohling a Sie-'i;iltlv
-I'. t i.ox 4t;--
P'i-k Hl iii- '<> t;ii'. S,;ilir4-y.,'. l' ri';i.


for Al.h'rmien for twoi vasiis. 1. M1. MAil-
I,-tt. A. II. <'i.rter: for Alemrinn t or oi. ""' K S
year. W. A. M.Blrisl.. 1,oti n Clav... r..E:.V 1 % N. I- N I f K S .
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Mason; for C'lerk aindl .\ss.'sior. W. II.
I'ositon.i: fir M;irshai;l ;atii: 4', ll e'tsiat. Il'hai.
S. Hanrris:; fir Tr'l'msamerem'. lie l:itr h ris.


The, lahrk sof in'i'rgy Vyou fe' 'I. tlhe' he i.'k-
iwsh' aitisl a I1 r inelow iwln i onditioi gm eir:illy.
aIll melet kidlhi'y sli-s erilt'. dr'oi.t- :" 's kin-
v ie Ci ul : \\ ill t's'stofi'e v iYir str'oi-'e thli .ri lj
vig-or liy iimakinig the kiidn, -s \ 1 ;ll. T'ik '
no sul tituitit. hDr. .l. NM. .iins.

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Ira It. Ieskiiu l. liitt is ni n h. l i,.. w|rittes:
"My little I.ovy s-walhhl shis leg from tle
knee to the ankle. 1 u li'! lIANN.k SAI. V| \
iunmediately aind in three week'. time Uin
was aluuslmt entiMrly hea>lill. I want tol
recoMn endil it to every fanaily anti advise
them to keep Bannuer Salve on hiind. as j
it is a sun' remedy for s alils o s any is .
ores." Ir.. .1. M. Jones. -.
Allen ll;ilvernm., of Wetl P'rairie. Wis.. "
says: "''lieople -imte ten miles' to buy Fo-
LEV' Klt,.-: C('sE. while .I. A. Slt rol. *
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t awtory of an tltuLeIa
war a miaur In T*-try.

My wmle, the celebrated Eaglish
alienist, Dr. Griffiths, was sitting quiet-
ly In my study reading from a volume
of Gautler's abort stories, when be sud-
denly Jumped from bis chair and began
pacing the room.
"Wonderful. wonderful." he pt re-
peating to himself. "There Is no case
Uke It on record." Then he would re-
fer to the book agalu and repeat:
"Wonderful, wonderful, that I should
stumble upon the explanation here. It
to the same, exactly the same, hallu-
elnation. And the suggestion that I
had given up hope of finding is here
too. Extraordinary!"
tacon elous of my presence, my
uncle went on In this strain for perhaps
ire minutes, and then, noticing that I
was staring at him In bewilderment, he
smiled with that air of satisfaction that
Is seldom seen, except upon the face of
the student or Investigator who has
finally solved some scientific riddle.
"Hugh. my boy." he said. "I have
stumbled upon a complete explanation
of the most mystifying case of hallu-
cination that has ever come under my
notice. Explanations often come to us
too late, but rarely In such a strange
way."
Completely mystified, I took the book
from my uncle's hands and discovered
that he had been reading "Omphale,"
Gautier's weird story of a young manl
who became enamored of a figure in a
piece of tapestry that hung on the wall
of an old chateau owned by the Cher-
alier de D. In the dismal Rue de
Touruelles. I had not had time to re-
fresh my memory of the tale when
my uncle almost snatched the book
from my hands and be-gatn reading
again to reassure himself of the cor-
rectness of the conclusion he had ap-
parently formed.
"Hercules spinning at the feet of Om-
phale," lie began aloud. "The very
same tapestry. 'Hercules holding a
bedecked spindle in pompadour style.'
There could not be two of them. 'His
little finger raised with the air of a
French marquis taking a pinch of
snuff, his muscular neck covered with
ribbons and women's gewgaws: draped
In a gorge-de-pigeon pettic(oat with
huge panniers.' fancy that! Of course
it Is the same. And 'Omplhale, half
covered with the Nemean lion's skin;
her slender hand resting on her lover's
knotty club; her true Audaluslan feet,
that would be lost in Cinderella's slip-
pers, shod with antique sandals of a
delicate lilac sprinkled with pearls; her
head thrown back with a mock swag-
ger; the delicious pout of her dimpled
mouth; the beauty spot (assassin,. Gau-
tier calls it) cunningly placed upon her
cheek, and the Cupids, the Indispensa-
ble Cupids.' Well, well, it is certainly
extraordinary."
Naturally my mystification and won-
derment grew as my uncle delivered.
as from a catalogue. the features of
this wonderful tapestry. "tortured aft-
er the fashion of Vanloo." the drift of
his speech being so strange as to cause
the liveliest curiosity. "It is plain as
day." my uncle finally explained.
"Pardon me," I said. with some Irri-
tation, "but it is not at all plain to me.
The story always struck me as being a
particularly wild flight of an unruly
Imagination."
"Of course, of course," my uncle re-
plied. "You must think me In need of
my own medlclae. I will tell you about
It. The tale Is preposterous. I was not
thinking of that when I said 'it' was
plain. I was thinking of the case of a
young man who was placed in my
ehrige last summer. Poor chap! liHe
tis dead now. I could do nothing for
him, and his people took him abroad.
where he died-in Italy. I think-dur-
Ing the winter.
"The man-Wiltse was his name-
was suffering from a most peculiar
hallucination, the nature of which was
discovered by his family when they In-
stituted a close watch upon him to dis-
coves If possible, the cause of his
strange behavior and demeanor. To be
brief, he had fallen in love with that
. piece of tapestry identical with that
described In this tale of Gantier's. And
not only this, but he imagined that his
adoration was reciprocated to some ex-
tent by the woven figure, with whom
he would tenderly converse wln u he
did not know he was being watched.


"Mr. Wiltse Informed me that be had
purchased the tapestry several years
before, having been attracted by the
absurd treatment the subject had re-
ceived at the hands of the artist in.
spired of Vanloo. The piece seemed
grotesque to our vision, but it was not
without merit and. gazing steadily at it
for any length of time, had a strange
effect even upon so prosaic a person as
myself. I have fancied more than tonce
that 1 saw an undulating movement in
the lines of Omphale's Ibeautiful neck
and that the delicate glow of her cheek
changed to a deeper or paler shade.
You may laugh at me If you like. but
no one looking at the tapestry could
shake off the Impression that the figure
of woolen and silken shreds was ani-
mate. Her languishing glance followed
e about The rv m. growing intense na
one gazed at her eys.
"Naturally I tried the separating nmy patient fionll ithe influ-
ence of the tapestry. Olt this. as I fear-
ed. only had the effect of .tihanging his
habitual melancholy into a % iohlnt ipas-
sion that was mluelh more ditticult to
deal with than nwlanc-holia.. \We, thin
tried hanging thea tapestry in a inuch
used room. where sonl- uaiiitber of the
family was likely io ,l at all tineas.
There young Wiltse would sit before it
In silence. with an imploring expres-
salon on his face. Finally he became'so
callous in regard to his strange Infat-


ta to tiat e iook siaa lpabins to con-
cal It. Ueempllimentary remarks
about Omphale would send him Into
imemotrolable fits of passion that hare-
ly stopped abort of violence to the per-
son who had made the aspersion. No
one ever beard him address his enchan-
trme by name, but he would call her
'Marhelooeas,' and that. too, Is explain-
eil though at the time we were in the
dark as to his reason for conferring
this particular rank upon Omphale.
"Perhaps I exaggerated the impres-
ieon the tapestry made upon whoever
looked at It for any length of tine. 1.
you must understand, was to some ex
tent under the Influence I was stu lying
and trying to counteract in may patient.
Suggestion In such cases goes far and
follows strange paths. Every one In
the family came more or less under
Omphale's influence."
I had followed my uncle's story thus
far with Intense Interest. but here I
objected that If be attributed the pecul-
iar Influence of the tapestry upon him--
self largely or partly to its known In-
luence upon young Wiltse it made It
more difficult to understand how thI'
patient had In the first instance come
under Omphale's spell, since lie did not
have any outside suggestion.
"That Is true." said my uncle, "and I
can only suppose that young Wiltse
had some time or other read this story
of Gautler's and come to imagine him-
self a second lover of the beautiful
Marchioness de T.. posed, to please her
husband, in the romantic seine with
Hercules."
My uncle's whole story ran counter to
my very strong prejudices against Iw-
Ilef In all things supernatural. "slirit-
Ism" and the other "isms" of the "same
sort. "'Ipo yon mean to say." I ex-
Sclaimed, "that you believe <;autlei's
I preposterous yarn about the :amours of
the young student and that wooleni
rag?"
"Not so fast: not so fast." lie replied.
"I have not said that 1 looked upon hlie
tale as a recital of fact. You miss the
point. I will refresh your memory of I
the story and then you will under
stand.
"The youth of Gautier's story was
deprived of his Omiphale by an unfeeil-
Ing guardian who had discovered the
boy's Infatuation. Years afterward thi*
man found the tapestry representa-illt
of his goddess In an oddity shop nl lld.
trembling with joy. hurried aiway to
get the 1J0O francs demanded for it by
'the shopkeeper. Before he returned oni
Englishman iwhy not Wiltse. Sr.)'i Ihad
offered 000 francs for the tapestry, tlhe
dealer had accepted, and (the talpestry
had been carried away."
"But." I broke in again, "you are still
supposing that Gautier's tapestry and
youth actually existed."
"Not at all. Whether or not Gautier
described an actually existing tapestry
I do not know. I am inclined to think.
however, that the novelist had seen
thsla very tapestry. And when young
Wiltse found it in his father's house
either after or before he read the story.
for 1 am confident that he had read it,
Omphale's spell grasped him, and lie
was never able to throw it off. lie be-
came the successor to Gautier's youth..
but probably Omphale did not warmly
respond a second time to a merely hu-
man lover's advances, and hence his
despair."
"Poor fellow." said I. "o you know"-
And then I hesitated, ashamed to dis-
close to my uncle the Intense intt-r-
eat he had excited in me. "Where is
that tapestry now?" I finally demand-
ed.
My uncle first looked amused and
then serious.
"You shall never see It, Hugh. until
you are too old to be foolish-until you
are as old as I am."-St. Louis RIepub-


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Liver.
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HERBINE.


ure Juices from Natural Roots.

EGULATES the Uver, Stomach aud Bowels,
Cleanses the System, Purifies the Ihd,.

URES Malaria, Biliousness, Cstipti
Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Every Bottle SuaraMtum to Slh SaitlUsfl.
X wILCIP 3BOC"T-IzA. mMMa.&X@r- Xa CMM.
Pricee, 0 Cents.
P-rpared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louh, No,


SoM by Dr. J.M. Joe".


WHITE'S CREAM
'YVORMS .VRMIFUCE~

For 20 YTears"NHai Led aH --rm a
?resared~~ F..m JM S ALLAUD Ot.L sis


A)tB; bo omf
Ifvwhh do


Forcorrepoodlng low rate frtm ;od or1, ..l,ai a
A. W. PYE, Agent, J. L BA 111T
220 W. Bay t., JackmonuvbiI, Fl


C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agmts
16 B uring SUp, NOw Yrk,


DIXIEE


FL^H~


From *

JaTksonville "



DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE,
ORTMOCn .D Schedule Effeetive May 1. Ma'u *i
No. 4 1 No. 2 No.1 1 |N."
7:4~ pm 7:2.-5 am Lv........Jacksonville (A. V. & W.) ..........-AM 8:55 pm
11 5 pm, 10:55 am:Ar..............Vaidona (A. V. &"W.)L.............Lv 5-20 pm
3:50 am 4:10 pm:Ar................Macon (U. S. & F.) L.v 11:10 am ls1s4
7.251am, 7:.% pm Ar...............Atlanta (C. of G.) Lv 8-00 am
1 00 pm;12:30 am Ar.............Chattanooga (W.& A.)...........Lv 4.0)5 am 8
5:.55 pm 5:3., am Ar...........Nashville (N. C. & St. L.)..........Lv 10:-5 pp
:3:25 am 7:24 pnm 'Ar..................t. Louis (I. C.) l-v 8:3841aml
7:25. pmT 7.) am Lv......s...Namhvillt (N. C. A. St. L.)..........Ar 8*J~n p
1:47 pm': 12:10 pm Lv.................Martin (I. C.) Ir 2:55 pm
10:50 am ......... Ar..................Chieago (I. C.) Lv ............. 8:11
7:30 pmI 5:48 anmLv........ Nashville (L. & N.)............. ...342 pm 8 i:ag
12:50 am 9:50 anm Ar.............Evansville (L.A N.) *I" p B $ 1t
9:15 am .5::O pm Ar............... Chirogo (C. & E. L:).............Lv 110.4 am 7:
No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Bufft leepers between
sonville and St. Louis. making direct connections for all points i the We it
Northwest. Through sleeping car reservations made to Louisvlb, Clariuasid
Chicago. only requiring passengers to step from one ear into another.
No. :2-DAY EXPREFS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, eonneeting wb
through sleper Atlanta to St. Louis, and at Nashville with through sleeper I
I'hiago.

All correspondance promptly answered and -1-.eping Car Bertas reserved. Will M o4W
meet passengers at depot in Jacksonville or my offie, M14 West Bey Street Drop a* a Uadk .
WALTER HAWKINH, Gen'l Agent Traffic Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C. IAILE, General Pawsseger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. HIrTmo-, Trafflic Manager, Savanaf, tL


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS


Western & Atlantic Railroad.


DIXIEIE


FLYER ROUTE"


DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUISVI LLE,
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO


Cairaiyiigtqqthrough Padullan a Vest ibu led
Loti jz without "han ye..


Buffet Sleepers JarkA ,rille to .I
Choice of Routes.


For information relative to rates. hi-edule. etc.. or for sleeper reservations, wriftle
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. c.m -
Atlanta, Ga. Jaclksonville. Fla,
H. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager. Nashville. Tenn.


pLANT SYSTEfl

The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
CONNECTIONS.
The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmold
TO THE and Washing ton.
E-t-.g O The Nouthern ailway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
T Te s The Southern Ry. via Jes-up, Atlanta and Chatta'go
TO THE W l The Louisville & Nashvf via Montgomery.
S' The southern Ry. via Savanmah, Columbia. Ashville.
The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
TO THE New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
E ast Vina Savannah and Merchants and Minersn Transpor-
tation conipany for Baltimore.
TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA
VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTA L STEAMSHIP CO
To Nova Scot,. Ca1 B0ct..omad Prim.e Edwards Wad Vit lkwntn and Can-
ada. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamnship Line for Halifax. Hawkepbury and Char-
lottestown.

WA/INTER TOURIST Tr-ICKE TS
will be on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern, Western and Southern Stato to
all Florida rworts via the Plant Systenm during the weam n Ilm-1.TOl limited to
return until May 31st. with lilwral stop-over privileges in Florida.
AddresMeof parties in the North ment to tlae underaigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsoome advertising matter.
For information as to rateA.sleeping car nmervations, etc, call on, or write to
F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent. 1:18 West Baty St-, Jack onville. Florida
W. B. DENHtAM, General Superintendent, It. W. WRENN, Pass. Traffic MaI.
Savannah, Ga. Savannah, G(a.



Florida East Coast

Bottling Company.
Manufacturers of High Grade Soda Water--All flavors
Cream and Dewey Specialties.
All orders pJomptly filled. Write for prices.
OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS-Vlusis Ave., ne ir F. E C. R'y station

J. P.THOMAS, Proprietor.


The Up-to-Date

Tunsoial Parlor.,
W. .. BEA DER. Proprietor.

Strictly First Class.


North |l.-a:il Stiret.

Closed Sundays.


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